Scott

I thought I would need a huge level of intelligence to succeed in a higher education environment, but you told me I didn’t need a great deal of intelligence, just to study hard. I didn’t believe you and instead of finishing up 2 half credits to graduate there in Missouri I went back to Dallas for a full senior year. I realize that I am not that intelligent, but I study harder than most of my peers simply because I want my nursing license more than I want to part or anything else that would distract me. Basically I’ve put my mind to it and have gotten half way through school barely able to spell successfully…just through hard work. I didn’t believe you when you tried telling me this but I realize it now. Thank you for sharing your wisdom with me. I thought this may intrigue you. Also Future Men instilled a ridiculous work ethic in me! People look at me funny for volunteering my weekend nights in the ER and all they pay me is some carrot cake every few weeks! I completely blame you for my lack of free time!

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